Jul 26, 2017
Professors: B. Lawing (On leave, Spring), Sprague, Stasack (Chair)
Associate Professors: Botelho, Lerner
Artist Associates: Cooper, Culpepper, Koljonen, C. Lawing, Rowland, Thornton
Music 100W, 101, 121, 122, 141, 201, 221–246, 261, 325, and 328 satisfy the distribution requirement in Fine Arts.
Cultural Diversity Requirement
Music 141, 241, 242, 245, 246, and 263 are options for fulfilling the cultural diversity requirement.
Ten courses to include:
- three courses in music theory: 110, 202, 302;
- two courses in music history: 325, 328;
- one course from each U.S. and world music: 122, 141, 228, 241, 242, 245, 246, 263;
- two electives at the 200 level or higher;
- senior seminar: 401;
- applied study (continuously while declared and in residence);
- keyboard proficiency.
Six courses total,
- four from Music 101 or 201, 121, 122, 141;
- two electives at the 200 level or higher; and
- at least two semesters of ensemble participation or two semesters of applied lessons.
The departmental honors program encourages the attainment of excellence in the major. Please consult the department’s Handbook for Music Majors, Music Minors, Applied Music Students and Award Recipients for specific details and expectations regarding each of the above requirements.
Vocal and Instrumental Study
Vocal and instrumental studies are offered as follows:
Banjo, mandolin and fiddle-Jon Singleton
Flute-Amy Orsinger Whitehead
Non-western percussion-Adam Snow
Piano-Ruskin Cooper, Cynthia Lawing
Trombone and tuba-Brian French
Voice-Jacquelyn Culpepper, Diane Thornton, Melody Morrison Beaty